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2004
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Adaptive video streaming: pre-encoded MPEG-4 with bandwidth scaling
The increasing popularity of streaming video is a cause for concern for the stability of the Internet because most streaming video content is currently delivered via UDP, without ...
Alex Balk, Mario Gerla, Dario Maggiorini, M. Y. Sa...
CCR
2004
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Performance evaluation and comparison of Westwood+, New Reno, and Vegas TCP congestion control
TCP congestion control has been designed to ensure Internet stability along with fair and efficient allocation of the network bandwidth. During the last decade, many congestion co...
Luigi Alfredo Grieco, Saverio Mascolo
CCR
2004
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New techniques for making transport protocols robust to corruption-based loss
Current congestion control algorithms treat packet loss as an indication of network congestion, under the assumption that most losses are caused by router queues overflowing. In r...
Wesley M. Eddy, Shawn Ostermann, Mark Allman
TON
2008
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Asynchronous congestion control in multi-hop wireless networks with maximal matching-based scheduling
We consider a multi-hop wireless network shared by many users. For an interference model that constrains a node to either transmit to or receive from only one other node at a time,...
Loc Bui, Atilla Eryilmaz, R. Srikant, Xinzhou Wu
TIT
2008
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On the Connection-Level Stability of Congestion-Controlled Communication Networks
We are interested in the connection-level stability of a network employing congestion control. In particular, we study how the stability region of the network (i.e., the set of off...
Xiaojun Lin, Ness B. Shroff, R. Srikant
PE
2008
Springer
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Improving the performance of large interconnection networks using congestion-control mechanisms
As the size of parallel computers increases, as well as the number of sources per router node, congestion inside the interconnection network rises significantly. In such systems, ...
José Miguel-Alonso, Cruz Izu, José-&...
COMCOM
2007
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Seamless transport service selection by deploying a middleware
Despite the many research efforts at the transport layer (SCTP, DCCP, etc.), new innovations in that area hardly ever make it into the TCP/IP stacks of standard end systems. We b...
Sven Hessler, Michael Welzl
CN
2007
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Generalized multicast congestion control
Efficient multicast congestion control (MCC) is one of the critical components required to enable the IP multicast deployment over the Internet. Previously proposed MCC schemes ca...
Jiang Li, Murat Yuksel, Xingzhe Fan, Shivkumar Kal...
CN
2007
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UDT: UDP-based data transfer for high-speed wide area networks
In this paper, we summarize our work on the UDT high performance data transport protocol in the past four years. UDT was designed to effectively utilize the rapidly emerging high-...
Yunhong Gu, Robert L. Grossman
CN
2007
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Receiver-centric congestion control with a misbehaving receiver: Vulnerabilities and end-point solutions
Receiver-driven TCP protocols delegate key congestion control functions to receivers. Their goal is to exploit information available only at receivers in order to improve latency ...
Aleksandar Kuzmanovic, Edward W. Knightly
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